The History of the Soccer Ball

Soccer has been played in various forms though out history.  Many sites on the world wide web have information on the history of football or soccer.  Of course, here at Soccer Ball World, we will concentrate on the history and Early Ball History Through out history, humans have enjoyed kicking a ball or something like a […]

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SPIN SHOT PUT DRILLS

Stand throw-Spin In the stand throw for the spin shot, the thrower gets into the power position with a narrow base; usually the feet are within the front half of the circle. The shot-putter focuses on turning then lifting with the feet, which is the opposite of the glide technique.  Slow full throws The athlete executes the full […]

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Leap Motion review: A glimpse into the future of computing

  Touch is transforming how we interact with computers, and motion control can do the same. Gesture interaction with computers had long been the stuff of sci-fi, until the recent socially-awkward flamboyant games such as Xbox Kinect began to enter the mainstream. Now that touchscreens have moved the human-computer interaction beyond the monopoly of the […]

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Google Unveils ARCore to Bring Augmented Reality to Millions of Android Devices

Alphabet Inc’s Google on Wednesday unveiled tools to make augmented reality apps for mobile devices using the Android operating system, setting up its latest showdown with Apple’s iPhone over next-generation smartphone features. Phone-based augmented reality (AR), in which digital objects are superimposed onto the real world on screen, got a huge boost from the popularity of the Pokemon Go game. The […]

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Facebook ‘dark ads’ can swing political opinions, research shows

Using “psychographic” profiles of individual voters generated from publicly stated interests really does work, according to new research presented at the Def Con hacking conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. The controversial practice allows groups to hone their messages to match the personality types of their targets during political campaigning, and is being used by firms […]

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Olympics 2020: three-on-three basketball among five extra sports in Tokyo

Mixed relays in athletics and swimming will make their debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with men and women competing with and against each other in 4x400m on the track and 4x100m freestyle in the pool. The International Olympic Committee is attempting to shrug off its stuffy image and connect with a younger audience by also introducing […]

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Impact of mobile computing

Mobile computing has brought lot of revolution in human life. It is one area of research which is getting lot of attention and lot of people are working to develop various computing innovation that will bring revolution in future too. Do you agree with this fact? You might be using a mobile device! Yes, the […]

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10 Olympic Athletes’ Daily Habits You Should Steal

As morning people who appreciate routine even while we try to embrace some spontaneity, we’re admittedly fascinated by the drive, dedication, and self-discipline embodied by Olympic athletes. Following a rigid diet that involves counting protein grams and being mindful of carbohydrates isn’t at the top of our things-that-thrill-us list, but it’s hard to argue with […]

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Coping With Software Licensing Challenges in the Cloud

A majority of independent software vendors were dealing with an escalating assortment of organizational issues monitoring and monetizing their software capabilities, according to a survey of ISV executives. As many of those ISVs move to the cloud and Software as a Service delivery models, they face even greater obstacles achieving their business objectives. Corporations and […]

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BlackBerry to Deliver One Last Keyboard Phone

BlackBerry has a new phone in the works, and it will have a physical keyboard, according to reports that surfaced last week. The company recently announced that it would exit the Smartphone hardware market and transition to developing back-end mobile security software. BlackBerry released the touch screen-only DTEK50 handset this summer, saying at the time […]

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